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“The Experience of God” (Part 5)

The Experience of God is an exceptionally rich and demanding book. I have only touched the surface of David Hart’s reflections. It is not a book for everyone. One at least needs to be curious about the nature of being … Continue reading

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“The Experience of God” (Part 4)

How do we move from knowing god to knowing God? It is a movement, David Hart explains, from power to impotence: The gods are enfolded within nature and enter human thought at the most exalted expressions of its power; they … Continue reading

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“The Experience of God” (Part 3)

So who is this God of whom David Bentley Hart wishes to speak? God is “the one infinite source of all that is: eternal, omniscient, omnipotent, omnipresent, uncreated, uncaused, perfectly transcendent of all things and for that very reason absolutely … Continue reading

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“The Experience of God” (Part 2)

Underlying The Experience of God by David Bentley Hart is the conviction that the structure of personal experience witnesses to the reality of God. God is not a stranger to us. If he seems to be so, this is only … Continue reading

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“The Experience of God” by David B. Hart: a non-review

Even if I knew how to properly review a book (which I do not), I would still not know how to review The Experience of God by David Bentley Hart. Is it a work of theology? Yes. Is it a … Continue reading

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